I just found out how easy it’ll be to get to the festival without my car. I can catch the bus up the street and not have to worry about parking. I am curious to find out what “haggis hurling” is…I imagine it’s not what I think it is. http://www.victoriahighlandgames.com/events/2010/highland-games/
This two day event May 22 and 23 promises to be lots of fun with so many Scots around Victoria. I’ll be getting a two-day pass, and maybe Cal will wear his kilt!
This will be a spectacular event with so many with naval service backgrounds. Don’t miss it! Fisher House Bed and Breakfast is a great place to stay for the festivities and tours offered at CFB Esquimalt.
Another beautiful day, here in Victoria. And the garden is ready for visitors to the b & b with flowers blooming and lilac waving. I think I’ll head down to the beach after grabbing a coffee at the corner shop in James Bay
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A very short walk from the Fisher House, you will find the Fishermans Wharf Park, with its unique combination of fresh seafood, picturesque houseboats, and a gorgeous view of Victoria’s Inner Harbour.
Fisher House, a 1912 two-storey Edwardian foursquare house with Arts & Crafts details, located in the heart of historic James Bay Village, offers comfortable, quiet accommodations just minutes walk to the activity of downtown Victoria as well as the serene beaches overlooking the Juan de Fuca Strait. Filled with antiques and traditional furniture inspired by […]